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Hedge Creek Falls, Dunsmuir, CA

A nice waterfall carving a rock formation.
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Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park

Chilliwack, BC, Canada
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Sometimes, all you need a little magic-worker to get you to places you never dreamed you'd be. This fall was one of those places! :)

Kind of a mess at the bottom of the fall, but the surrounding area more than made up for it in my eyes! Just one of several falls that can be visited on the hike up to Lakes Laura and Lillian via the Rocky Run Trail.

Twin Lakes Falls
Near Snoqualmie Pass, WA


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brice creek, umpqua national forest, oregon. comments are welcome and :+fav:'s always appreciated! thanks for looking:)


f/16
18mm
iso 100
hdr(30 sec, 1 min, 2 min)
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Misty mountains : The border with the ancient world
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A magnificent view looking across Tenaya Lake in beautiful Yosemite National Park.
HDR from 5 different exposures.
July 31st, 2012.

Trust me, this makes a brilliant print! Check it out!

Other Shots from our Trip:
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Snoqualmie Falls
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Bear Creek Spire - California.
Crop. Exposure. Tone Curve. Saturation.

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A difficult 1/3 mile bushwhack leads you to one of the most photogenic waterfalls in the Pacific Northwest. Little Niagara Falls might be small by comparison to the "real" Niagara Falls, but it is still quite large... 75 feet high and 80 feet wide.

I had to wade across the swift (and cold) creek to get this vantage point, but I think it was worth the effort.

NOTE: When displayed at its default size, the photo may appear a bit "soft". FULL VIEW is highly recommended for better appreciation of detail.

(Nikon D90, Nikon 18-200 lens, circular polarizer, f/11, 1 second, Bogen/Manfrotto tripod)

Here is another horizontal close-up study:



This waterfall looks considerably different in my semi-abstract Vertical study:

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steamboat falls, umpqua national forest, oregon. comments are welcome and :+fav:'s always appreciated! thanks for looking:)
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